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Cordless disconnects wireless network

Everytime I answer on my cordless handset, my wireless network drops. I can't find a way to change channels or frequency.

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Actually, with the sony model phone, it finds a new frequency every time the base station is plugged in.  Repower it, try a call, and if that doesn't work, repower again.
Also, you can move your WiFi's channel.  Most people never change it since it's possibly complicated, but moving channels will help, even more so if you're in a crowded environment with lots of networks.  (I see about 10 from where I am, half are on 6, half are on 11.  I'm on 8)

Posted on Dec 18, 2007

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Unfortunately, you won't be able to get them to play nice together. Your phone is a 2.4GHz phone, which is the same frequency that WiFi runs on. This will be the case with any 2.4GHz phone you use, regardless of brand. Your only real options are to replace the phone with either an older technology 900MHz phone, or a newer technology 5.8GHz phone. Either solution will work.

Posted on Mar 22, 2007

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